Name of Tribe Student’s Name Grade Teacher’s NameHavard Elementary
Three Things About this Tribe• I learned that the Jumano were known as the undressed tribe.• I learned that Nomadic Jumanos used skin teepees.• I also learned that the Jumanos were characterized because of their facial markings.
Adjectives That Describe This TribeJ- JinxedU- UniqueM- MigrateA- AdobeN- NakedO- Open Range
What Should People Know about this Tribe?• Jumanos didn’t wear clothes possibly to show off their tattoos.• The Concho Indians and the Jumano were close friends and neighbors.• The Otomoacas were the Indians that we now call the Jumanos.• They live in the mountains and basins regions in Texas.
Compare and Contrast• We wear clothes and the Jumanos usually did not wear traditional clothing.• Our culture likes to show off their tattoos just like the Jumano did.• They used to hunt with bow and arrows, and we hunt with guns.• They used to have to hunt for food, and we do not have to hunt.• They lived in teepees, and we have houses.
Summary of Tribe• The Jumano had a tough life and worked really hard for the stuff they needed. They were also known as the “undressed tribe.” The Jumano lived in buffalo skin teepees. The Jumano were identified because of their facial markings and they also had bad luck with disease and death. They were very creative and still to this day remain almost mysterious.
Resource• List Social Studies textbook as a reference• Indian Tribes of Texas: Customs, Beliefs, and Traditions of the Texas Indian Cultures. Richard Sorenson. 1994. Teacher Enrichment.